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Tea Trolley Revamp by The Painted Hive

26 October 2010


Although I must admit I don't actually have any tea trolleys in my home (hmmm, that might need to change) I do just love them. So when I spied this little guy (well, he's male for now anyway) on the curb I knew he'd be coming straight home with me.


I gotta say that he did kinda just sit around for a while at first. I was waiting for him to "tell" me just what he wanted to become. Eventually he did lean over and whisper in my ear; "Make me a girl. I wanna be all dressed-up in vintage cream and sweet sepia sheet music".
Well, who am I to argue?

Sooo, I got to cleaning and sanding. Priming, painting and glazing. Decoupaging and sealing, and finally Henry...


...became...


...Henrietta!



I love the original rusty old castors.


For that added little touch I covered the dowel hand rail with sheet music too.

I think he, oh...I mean "she" is much happier now!


Hope you liked this little project.
There's always something like this (well, usually not transvestite style!) going on over at my blog so if you like a good before and after feel free to stop by sometime.
Oh, and at the moment I'm having a vintage grain sack inspired pillow giveaway so be sure to enter!


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14 comments:

Champe@MyDesignGuide.com October 26, 2010 at 8:11 AM  

Thanks for sharing this Cassity....interior design success - great form and real function. Tea carts can work in so many place. Very fun.

Stephanie October 26, 2010 at 8:18 AM  

What a great project! I love that you used sheet music to cover the top. Very creative and different and it looks great!

Lou Cinda @ Tattered Hydrangeas October 26, 2010 at 8:33 AM  

Oh my gosh!! I LOVE this!!! The sheet music is just pure genius!! And you found it on the CURB??? I swear, I would have had a collision trying to turn around and grab that baby up!!

This is gorgeous!!!

Lou Cinda :)

mapleandmagnolia.com October 26, 2010 at 11:04 AM  

One word...gorgeous. I come across these all the time and haven't bought one. NOW I am!!! :)

Cassie @ Primitive & Proper October 26, 2010 at 7:30 PM  

this piece turned out beautifully! kristine is so careful with every detail- i really appreciate the time and care she takes with each piece.

Tina October 27, 2010 at 4:45 PM  

Looks fabulous Kristine! I love the sheet music decoupage, looks great. Another fabulous makeover!! ~ Tina x

Caromac November 3, 2010 at 2:15 AM  

Hi Kristine, the table looks fantastic - you have given it a great rebirth!
Carolyn
Tasmania

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